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Did Lil Wayne Get Thrown Out Of A Miami Heat Game On Sunday For Threatening A Fan?

Submitted by on February 12, 2013 – 11:59 am2 Comments

Lil Wayne may be in trouble again. On Sunday, Weezy sat courtside at the Los Angeles Lakers/Miami Heat game to cheer on Wayne’s beloved Lakers. And, everything was going just fine until, at some point, Wayne was asked to leave the premises by the security working at the American Airlines Arena. No reason was given to him, but immediately after it happened, he jumped onto his Twitter account to protest his ejection and to blame it on the fact that he had been cheering for the Lakers during the game:

That seemed like a pretty silly reason to get thrown out of an NBA game, though. Especially a game that Wayne obviously paid a lot of money to see. So, was his Lakers fandom the only reason that he got thrown out of the game? Well, according to Danny Vega, the social media manager for DJ Irie, no. That’s actually not why Wayne was thrown out of the game. Instead, Vega says it was because Wayne was being heckled during the game and that he allegedly responded to it by threatening the guy who was heckling him. Here’s what Vega had to say during the incident:

It’s sort of hard to believe that Wayne, who has gotten into trouble in the past for being around guns, would do this. But, it would explain why he randomly got ejected from the arena. And, it would also give the Heat a valid reason to turn him away from the arena in the future.

We know that things can get heated during basketball games. But, you cannot threaten someone with an act of violence in the stands. It doesn’t matter if you’re sitting in the nosebleeds—or sitting courtside. It just can’t happen. And, if Vega’s side of the story turns out to be true, Lil Wayne is going to find that out the hard way right now.

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